The Minor in Multimedia Arts Technology - Music is a concentrated course of study in audio engineering, digital media, electronic music, and other interdisciplinary applications of technology in the fine arts. The Minor in Multimedia Arts Technology - Music is open to both music majors and non-music majors.
Select from the following courses (minimum 15 hours)
Subject to approval by the School of Music undergraduate advisor and by the department offering the alternative course, an alternative course (2-3 hours) related to arts and technology may be used to fulfill part of the total. This could be another music course (e.g., MUS 5995 - Special Topics in Music) or a relevant course from another department (e.g., ART 2750 - Video Art I, COM 2650 - Digital Media, etc.).
Any course which is already required as part of a student’s major degree may not be used to satisfy the requirements for the Multimedia Arts Technology - Music minor.